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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics
Question: upper middle abdominal pain
|pankaj_h - Sat Mar 19, 2005 5:41 pm||
My wife has been suffering from upper middle abdomen pain. The pain started almost 3 weeks before. It is not a constant pain. She is OK for some time & then pain comes back. This is the story for full day. We had been to emergency room, Gastroenterologist & family doctor. She had the X-Rays, hida scan, the cat scan the ultrasound, blood work etc everything is normal. I don’t understand why she is in so much pain.
She is also having constipation problem.
Our Gastroenterologist doctor says nothing, as she is on vacation now. We have to wait for one month before my wife could see the Doctor again.
Is it possible for some one in this forum can diagnose her, or just point us to the right direction So we could see a doctor which can really help her.
Thanks a Lot!
|pankaj_h - Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:22 pm||
If you or anyone you know had similar problem, can suggest what are the things my wife should avoid?
Yesterday she had half piece of Pizza slice and today she is in deep pain & couldn't eat anything not even water.
She threw up after she had some water.
Thanks in advance.
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